Jason Cook
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Jason Cook is a writer from Cleveland, Ohio. After a slew of existential crises, he adventured throughout New England and became a Master of Fine Arts in fiction. He's now reviewing music for PopMatters, The Quietus, and Resident Advisor, and writing/editing Call of Cthulhu books for Chaosium.

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//Features

Life Savers: Girl Talk | 16 Jul 2008 // 5:59 PM

Girl Talk (Gregg Gillis) made me do something I never thought I would again: enjoy pop music.

//Columns

My Life With the Tape Hiss Cult | 1 Dec 2010 // 4:00 PM

When we think of our experiences with electronic music, we can follow a thought trail that leads like a Wikipedia article from one incendiary album to many others. Their qualities are not always alike but for one: the nostalgic thread that runs through them.

//Reviews

Pulshar: Inside | 27 Jan 2011 // 3:57 PM

It’s clear there's potential here for a more experimental Pulshar.

Soul Center: General Eclectics | 16 Jan 2011 // 3:56 PM

Soul Center’s General Eclectics is an eclectic collection, yes. Seldom does it progress, but certainly it moves.

//Blogs

His Dark Exotica: Ennio Morricone - "Night Flight" / "Exorcism" | 1 Nov 2010 // 4:00 AM

"Night Flight" and "Exorcism" form the a- and b-sides to the imaginary 7” single that could have come from Ennio Morricone's soundtrack to The Exorcist II: The Heretic.

His Dark Exotica: Ennio Morricone - "Seduction and Magic"/ "Dark Revelation" | 25 Oct 2010 // 2:00 AM

Save for “Magic and Ecstasy”, “Seduction and Magic” is perhaps the most Goblin-esque of the thirteen tracks on Ennio Morricone’s soundtrack to Exorcist II: The Heretic. The piece's second inclusion, “Dark Revelation”, could remain at home on the next Burial album.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

The Moving Pixels Podcast Looks at the Scenic Vistas and Human Drama of 'Firewatch'

// Moving Pixels

"This week we consider the beautiful world that Campo Santo has built for us to explore and the way that the game explores human relationships through its protagonist's own explorations within that world.

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